Land Rover wanted to add the best of luxury to their flagship SUV – the Range Rover. They also wanted to keep it very exclusive. So they have recently announced the launch of the Range Rover Autobiography by SVO Bespoke. Only five such samples have been sanctioned for the Indian market. Take a look at this vehicle that you might be able to see out on the Indian streets very rarely.
Designed and engineered by the carmaker's Bespoke division of the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO), this special trim is based on the long wheelbase variant of Range Rover.
The SUV sports an exterior accent pack and body coloured OVRMs, while customers can opt for 21-inch or 22-inch alloy wheels. Only two body colour options will be made available, which are black and blue.
The vehicle's cabin comes equipped with almost the same equipment from the standard vehicle. However, the centre console is finished in leather with a Kalahari veneer.
There are electronically adjustable seats with massage function at the back and a factory-fitted cooler box too. And the interior boasts of 'Bespoke by SVO' badging to add to the exclusivity.
This Range Rover can be had in two engine options. The 5.0-litre, supercharged V8 petrol engine belts out 543bhp of peak power, while the 4.4-litre, V8 diesel mill produces 335bhp of power.